Lending conditions weigh on housing demand

Posted June 6, 2018

City of Calgary, June 1, 2018 – May sales activity continues to ease with the largest declines occurring in the detached sector. Additional gains in new listings continue to increase inventory levels.  City-wide sales activity in May totaled 1,726 units and is 19 per cent below last years’ levels. This is 24 per cent below… Read More→

Have You Tried These Bedroom Design Trends Yet?

Posted June 5, 2018

Photo By: Tessa Neudstadt   We’ve got our eye on some hot bedroom trends that we can’t get enough of. Get pro tips for 10 trends you should have on your radar pronto.     Masculine Canopy Beds Are a Thing You might not ever think of a canopy bed when your style is more… Read More→


Posted May 23, 2018

Getty Images Apr 20, 2018 Article by Geoff Geddes  Given our climate, it’s no surprise that Calgarians spend a lot of time indoors. Fortunately, the latest design trends offer some exciting ways spice up your home’s interior. From colours to curves, let Alykhan Velji of Alykhan Velji Designs and LeAnne Bunnell of LeAnne Bunnell Interiors walk you through a range… Read More→


Posted May 8, 2018

Image by GettyImage May 4, 2018 – Article by Gerald Vander Pyl How much home can you afford? Shopping for the home of your dreams requires knowing how much you can afford to spend, which for most buyers ties directly into a mortgage. Financial institutions in Canada look at a buyer’s Gross Debt Service (GDS)… Read More→

Soft sales continue in April

Posted May 1, 2018

Prices steady, but struggles in Alberta economy weighs on housing City of Calgary, May 1, 2018 – Changes to the lending industry and a challenging economic recovery are weighing on sales activity in Calgary’s housing market. Supply levels have not adjusted to the weaker demand environment, and that is preventing price recovery. “Slower sales do… Read More→

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